Radio 2 credits for Nigel Anthony, 1969-1996.
THE HIGH WAY TO ACTION: 3: Last Flight to Hong Kong
BBC Radio 2, 26 October 1967 19.45
by Jon Rollason and Keith Williams. A series of plays about life in Air Support Command of the Royal Air Force. Produced by JOHN TYDEMAN
Waiter: Nigel Anthony
THE HIGH WAY TO ACTION: 4: The McBain of Gan
BBC Radio 2, 30 October 1967 19.45
by Jon Rollason and Keith Williams. A series of plays about life in Air Support Command of the Royal Air Force. Produced by JOHN TYDEMAN.
A/C Perkin: Nigel Anthony
MIDWEEK THEATRE: The Consolation Prize
Light Programme, 25 October 1961 20.31
Home Service, 13 January 1962 14.10 (Afternoon Theatre)
BBC Radio 2, 1 November 1967 20.15
by Berkely Mather with Donald Sinden, Philip Morant and Barbara Assoon. Faldon visits Olliphant's opulent country house with some memories of India that are to change both their lives. Other parts played by Nigel Anthony, Michael Spice, and Anthony Hall. Produced by ROBIN MIDGLEY.
IN CASE OF PERIL
BBC Radio 2, from 28 December 1967 19.45 (x6)
An adventure in six parts by Roger Dixon, with Bernard Cribbins and Fabia Drake. Stanley Peril worked In a solicitor's office and dreamed. He was not, his boss said acidly, God's gift to the Law Society. Stanley himself preferred to take the view that he hadn't found his niche in life yet, and some day the gates to high adventure would open... Produced by BETTY DAVIES.
Mr Zukov: Nigel Anthony (Part 1)
Lieutenant Bellent: Nigel Anthony (Part 3)
Marcello: Nigel Anthony (Part 4)
MIDWEEK THEATRE: Kill Me
BBC Radio 2, 10 January 1968 20.15
by Alexander Baron, with David March and Lockwood West. Produced by RONALD MASON.
Young man: Nigel Anthony
MIDWEEK THEATRE: The Hen Party
BBC Radio 2, 7 February 1968 20.15
by David Ellis with Alan Haines and Celia Hewitt. Produced by R. D. SMITH.
Frank: Nigel Anthony
MIDWEEK THEATRE: Odds On Getting Even
BBC Radio 2, 15 May 1968 20.15
(Note that this, and following Midweek Theatre entries were repeated on Radio 4 the following day.)
by Ted Dicks. Martin Finch is determined to get even with the man who caused nis younger brother's death. He knows that by gaining access to his home he will find some incriminating clue. With Vivien Merchant as Eileen and Nigel Anthony as Martin. Produced by Guy VAESEN
KILL THE PHARAOH!
BBC Radio 2, from 30 May 1968 19.45 (x8)
A thriller serial in eight parts by Victor Pemberton with Sheila Grant. Produced by JOHN TYDEMAN.
Other parts...: Nigel Anthony (Part 1)
Dr Fawzad: Nigel Anthony (Parts 4 & 7)
MIDWEEK THEATRE: Boomerang
BBC Radio 2, 19 June 1968 20.15
A play for radio by John Tarrant with William Fox and Nigel Anthony. 'Mr. Creer, I made a point of coming into the park this evening m order to have a few words with you in private.... You see, one or two aspects of your extremely well-ordered life are of absorbing interest to me.' Produced by DAVID H. GODFREY.
Victor Lunt Nigel: Nigel Anthony
MIDWEEK THEATRE: Keeping Up With Father
BBC Radio 2, 17 July 1968 20.15
by Michael Davies. A continuation of the amusing account of the Wallow family begun in Something In The City. Produced by Guy VAESEN.
Commentator: Nigel Anthony
BBC Radio 2, 23 August 1968 16.15
Written by Barbara Clegg. Produced by JANE GRAHAM and GLYN DEARMAN.
Larry Jackson: Nigel Anthony
GAME WITHOUT RULES: In The Mercenaries
BBC Radio 2, 16 December 1968 20.15
A series of plays by Michael Gilbert, Stephen Murray, Peter Howell and Carleton Hobbs. Produced by DAVID H. GODFREY.
Selby Croft: Nigel Anthony
THE DAY IN DARKNESS
Home Service, 9 July 1966 14.15 (Afternoon Theatre)
BBC Radio 2, 4 April 1969 14.00
by Arthur Swinson. The poor little rich girl theme is no new one, but in this love-story of two young people drawn to each other from different backgrounds the author provides a new and dramatic as well as a happy but unconventional ending. Produced by ARCHIE CAMPBELL.
Peter, a young man: Nigel Anthony
MIDWEEK THEATRE: Sweet Discord
BBC Radio 2, 4 June 1969 20.15
by Peter Russell with Derek Seaton and Kate Coleridge. What do you do when your girl friend has jilted you shortly before the wedding?. Produced by RONALD MASON.
Michael Skinner: Nigel Anthony
MIDWEEK THEATRE: The Peacocks Must Go
BBC Radio 2, 24 December 1969 20.30
A play for radio by DENNIS DRISCOLL. Christmas is generally for nostalgia and reunions, when people hope old ties may be consolidated. But it doesn't always work, however. Christ was born to change the world, and Christmas may spark off disturbing thoughts and actions. Peacocks at Christmas seem strange birds, but a visitor proves stranger, even in the world of stocks and shares. Produced by R. D. SMITH.
Jonty Cragg: Nigel Anthony
MIDWEEK THEATRE: The Belle-Bird
BBC Radio 2, 21 January 1970 20.30
by JESSICA HALLSMITH. Lucy Manders is new to the Rag Trade, but there is more to her designs than meets the eye... Produced by NORMAN WRIGHT.
Ken: Nigel Anthony
WAGGONERS' WALK NW / WAGGONERS' WALK
BBC Radio 2, 23/30 September 1970 16.15
by PETER LING. Produced by GLYN DEARMAN and IAN NORRIS.
Rusty Vaughan: Nigel Anthony
BBC Radio 2, 2 November to 13 December 1972 15.02*
(*broacast during the John Dunn programme)
by BARBARA CLEGG Producers KAY PATRICK and DAVID JOHNSTON
Rusty Vaughan: Nigel Anthony
BBC Radio 2, 21 February*, 4 to 31 March 1977, 14 April 1977 16.30
(*the 2,000th edition; retitled simply Waggoners' Walk as of 28 April 1975)
Written by BARBARA CLEGG. Produced and directed by PIERS PLOWRIGHT and DAVID JOHNSTON.
Rupert Lovell: Nigel Anthony
BBC Radio 2, 13/20 November 1978 16.30
Written by ALAN DOWNER and JILL HYEM. Directed by JOHN CARDY and DAVID JOHNSTON.
Rupert Lovell: Nigel Anthony
FOR YOUNGER LISTENERS: A Cub Scout to the Rescue
BBC Radio 2, 12 June 1971 9.55, 19 June 1971 9.55
With NIGEL ANTHONY.
THIS IS LIVING?: Guess Who's Coming To Lunch
BBC Radio 2, 23 June 1973 13.02, 29 June 1973 20.02
Warren Mitchell and Leslie Randall, with guest stars Miriam Karlin and Dinsdale Landen. 8HEILA GRANT, NIGEL ANTHONY and MICHAEL KILGARRIFF in a light-hearted look at low-life business. Written by LESLIE RANDALL. Producer JOHN BRIDGES.
THE FOSDYKE SAGA II / THE FOSDYKE SAGA III
BBC Radio 2, from 2 October 1983 17.00
Radio 4 FM, from 15 March 1986 16.45
Adapted from the Daily Mirror cartoon by BILL TIDY and JOHN JUNKIN. Producer ALAN NIXON.
Pierre le Wigan: Nigel Anthony (FS II/Parts 15-18, from 20 November 1984)
Doctor: Nigel Anthony (FS III/Part 26, 7 August 1985)
PENMARRIC: 2: Janna
BBC Radio 2, 23 January 1996 20.30
By Susan Howatch, dramatised in six episodes by Julia Stoneham. How will Mark fulfill the promise to his dying father to look after Julia? Director Marion Nancarrow.
John-Henry: Nigel Anthony
Compiled by Barry Hodge / Diversity website
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